Budget Air Flights

Budget Flights to Prague

Major sites: Prague Castle, Saint Wenceslas Square,
Charles Bridge, Franz Kafka House, Powder Gate

Surrounding attractions: Brevnov Monastery, Kutna Hora,
Sedlec "Bone Church"

Other sites in Prague: Vysehrad Castle and Park is of significnt historical
interest. Dating back to the 10th century it used to be a fortified trading
post and was established by Prince Vratislav II as the stronghold of Prague.

Flights to Prague
Flying to Prague is easy. With frequent flights from London and other UK airports, travelling to this Bohemian city should be straightforward. Airlines flying to Prague include British Airways, KLM, Air France and Czech Airlines. Prices normally start from as little as £80 return.

Where to stay in Prague
Accomodation in Prague is generally good. For the wealthy, the Hotel Ambassador, on Wenceslas Square, is a perfect example of luxury accommodation as is The Iron Gate Hotel and Suites, located in the old town near to Charles Bridge. For the more modest traveller, there are plenty of clean, well-priced hotel rooms on offer such as the 4-star Best Western Hotel Kampa situated close to St Nicholas Church and costing from less than £55 per room and the 3-star Quality Hotel Prague, with it traditional Czech restaurant, and rooms from less than £30.

Budget travellers should be somewhat careful. Hostels and cheap options are not always as inviting as they should be. Be sure to use tourist information or a respected agency to find good, pleasant hostel accommodation or similar.

Things to do and places to go in Prague
Prague is currently one of the prime European destinations. With cheap beer and low cost, high quality restaurants and nightclubs, it is popular with student travellers and young adults.

For lovers of classical music and opera, Prague has much to boast. There are may top quality concert venues, such as the Municipal House Concert Hall and the Rudolfinum Concert Hall where opera and classical concert are frequently performed. This is especially apprent in May, during the Prague Spring Music Festival.